Seasons of Change
University of Maryland School of Pharmacy
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University of Maryland
school of pharmacy
20 North Pine Street. Baltimore. MD 21201
Seasons of Change
with Dean Natalie Eddington, PhD '89, BSI
As one of the first pharmacy schools in the
United States, the University of Maryland at
Baltimore is deeply rooted in history and
tradition. The start of the academic school
year brought about an exciting time of
change for the School of Pharmacy. With the
establishment of the Shady Grove campus,
the incoming class of 201 1 was the largest in
the history of the school. To accommodate
the expanded class size, the incorporation of
new technology had allowed students to
view lectures from remote sites, bridging the
entire learning experience between
Baltimore and Shady Grove campuses.
Finally, curriculum changes had put the
school in a state of transition in hopes of
developing professionals trained for the
ever-changing field of pharmacy. Along
with changes brought with the new school
year, the School of Pharmacy welcomed its
newest dean, Dr. Natalie D. Eddington. As a
distinguished researcher and former faculty
member, Dean Eddington assumed her post
as a leader to guide the evolution of the
University of Maryland School of Pharmacy
in hopes of developing pharmacists and
leaders for the future.
Our fearless leader...
The Launch of Distance Learning
\athv Matthews. Brendon
McQuighan, T.J Remsberg, Matt
Siuta. and Mike Akers alter the
White Coat Ceremony.
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Fall 2007 marked the opening of the new University
of Maryland School of Pharmacy campus at the
Universities at Shady Grove in Rockville, Maryland.
The Shady Grove campus is conveniently located
near the Washington. D.C. metro area and federal
facilities, such as the National Institute of Health,
the Food and Drug Administration, the National
Institute of Standards and Technology, and the U.S.
Public Health Service. The new campus allows for
an additional 40 students to be enrolled at the
School of Pharmacy increasing the graduating class
from 120 students to 160 students. The year 201 I
will mark the largest graduating class in the history
of the UMB Pharmacy School to date. The decision
to increase the number of pharmacy students was
made in response to the shortage of pharmacists in
Maryland. Former dean, David A. Knapp. PhD.
describes the recent expansion as a sign of
advancement. He states, "As a top 10 school, we are
committed to excellence in pharmacy education and
with that commitment comes continued growth and
improvement." Assistant Dean Heather Congdon.
PharmD, CACP. CDE, is responsible for overseeing
the pharmacy program at the Shady Grove campuv
Former dean, David A. Knapp, is also stationed at
the Shady Grove campus on sabbatical pursuing
research interests in the pharmacy workforce,
pharmaceutical education, and the quality of drug
use and pharmaceutical care. The new campus
provides the same high-quality pharmacy education
given at the main Baltimore campus using state-of-
the-art technology. Most lectures are delivered to
Shady Grove students asynchronously via streamed
video lectures. The asynchronous delivery of
-course material allows
' lor more com enience
universe of Formui£ and flexibility in
n.ii'u«.i,..i'i.nM,mun i.».--i <■■■
Jlirove Students Julie Naito. Matt Siuta. Brendon McQuighan, and
Asynchronous lectures .i\ ailable
online for viewing \ia Mediasite.
Table of Contents
Class of 2011
Class of 20 10
Class of 2009
Class of 2008
Faculty and Staff
Student Government Association
A Bridge to Academic Excellence
Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy
American Pharmacists Association
American Society of Consultant Pharmacists
American Society of Health-System Pharmacists
Alpha Zeta Omega Professional Fraternity
Christian Pharmacists Fellowship International
DC Student Pharmacists Association
Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity
Lambda Kappa Sigma Professional Fraternity
National Community Pharmacists Association
Phi Delta Chi Professional Fraternity
Phi Lambda Sigma Leadership Society
Rho Chi Honor Society
Student Committee on Drug Awareness Education
Student Section of Maryland Public Health Association
Student National Pharmaceutical Association
Students Promoting Awareness
Pharmacy Graduate Student Association
Table of Contents
White Coat Ceremonj
for the Class of 2011
Fall Formal Dance
for the Class o\ 2008
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IV.inn.i Iran. C'h.ii W ang. Julie
n. Allen 1 tan. Alicia I ang,
Chi.i l tag Chang, Sheila Song,
Caroline Song, Jovanj Andrade,
Iiiki Son. Kevin Brady, Jeanne
I mi. and Prajakta Korde attend a
showing of Avenue Q al the
J qui iter Monin and Da\ id
a respite while
decorating PH K)
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I aking .1 relaxing break before
im.ils. Dennis Eaton, Matthew
Perry, Nicole Glos, Andrea Shaw.
Andrew ^ ork, and Allen Iran went
ice skating at Northwest Ice Rink.
Tie thosejhpffi tight! Randy Stout
and Reisel1JJrfi£ r help each other
pulon theirice skates.
Boo! Ii ^Ld^mecn time for Justin
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Allen. DiAnA\U*jJm\]\c Nairn.
Chia-Fang (han^mana Cheng,
Lindsa) Mccan, Jovanj Andrade,
Melissa Kim. Deanna Fran, and
Ashley Mccabe as the) go >>n a
e Haunted Hike was lull oi thrills
scares tor Diana Cheng, Jusim
tantino, and Thomas
David Macharia, \reo Nazari, and
Nikisadal Mehdizadegan decided
ii s time lot Mime Italian, as they
head over to Little Italy's Vellagio's
for a nighl out on the town.
\\ ho could resist 40 cent wings?
Sarah Murphy, Tuan Huynh, and
Allen 1 ran arc no exception as they
pickiMtlm;ir favorite wings at
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una Iran hangs lights
ting the trail of prescription
rapped h> the Grinch in the
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vnts Bnttain Famigia and
Kathleen Morneau form sno\\\ hi
adorning thtedKof the classroom.
Khanh Chan Tran
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c&lm of 2010
I all 2006 SGA Boat Cruise
Back: Thomas Brew, Andy Trinh,
I )a\ id Eng. Andrew Kim. Mars in
Middle: Julie Leung, Kim Wu.
Front: Shee! Shah. Cindy Kim.
Vara Haddad. Jeanne Lim. Lorena
Right: Put your hood on for a cold
Brian Ellsworth. Shekhar Mehta,
Rita Kasliwal, Jeanne Lim, Yara
Haddad. Susan Montenegro
Below: Sweet and cute
Sharlyn Tabernero, Agnes Cheung
and Sharlyn's baby, Niko
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Annie Line K Njiomouo
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I oil: The High Rollers!
Rebecca Castner, Kevin Mallo>
Matthew Lunsik (2009), Jackie
Fritsch, Dominick Memoli, b'uis
Jones (2009), \m> Houtchens
Below : Ace Dealers
Denise Hi. Xuan Tanu. Shirlej Lee,
Sunn) Kim Pyon
Rani in Samadani
Shark n Tabernero
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Righl Class Officers
R.i, k Murk > I ee iPresideni).
bnenne Burton t\ ice President),
Brian Ellsworth tl SQA Senator),
I)r Sturpe 1 1 acult) Advisor)
Vlarvin Choi il SGA Senator)
Front: Erica Swaoson I [Yeasurer)
\n.in Tang (Secretarj i
I nula Sun (Historian)
Below : Formal night
Binny Paid. Laura Goodhue
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Maria Regina Tolosa
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Left: Camden night w ith the guys
Neil Angeles, Sameh Barak.n.
Kevin Mallo\. Andy Michaelsor*,
Below: Spring BBQ is here'
Leah Sera. Jason Kinyoa
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I ee, Tze-^ u I o, I nca Swanson,
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Erin Bodcnheimer, Jennifer
Officewala, Kevin Malloy. Timoth)
Dr. Andy Coop
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Bo Yeon Kim
Sibtain Raw ala
Sunmeet Saw hnev
Ka Man Chan
Andre New a Nforbi
"I count myself in nothing else so happy
As in a soul remembering my good friends."
- William Shakespeare
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Carla Cuban ilia
Anything is possible when you are
focused and you pul your mind to it!
Received Rho Chi Fraternity
Recognition: American Societ) of
Health System Pharmacists
Student Chapter (2005-Present ).
Executive Chair of Clinical Skills
Competition. ASHP Liason/
Committee Chair. Alpha Zeta
Omega Pharmaceutical Fratenitx
(2006-2007). Vice president
APhA, PLS, SNPhA, NCPA,
I thank God. my family and
friends for all their love, prayers
and support though this stage of
my life. Thanks to all who have
and continue to make an
impact in my life. Best wishes
class of 2008 in your future
"Welcome to the Good Life"
T -You are my other half. We
have had our ups and downs, but I
never would have made it through
without you! Matt - Thanks for
always being on the other side of
the phone! CB, Mom, Dad,
Granddad, Pop, Grammy, Karen
and Steve - Thanks to all of you
for your support and love!
To accomplish great things we
must not only act but also dream;
not only plan but also believe. I
want to thank my family, friends,
and Josh for supporting me the
past 4 years in all my dreams. If
it wasnt for you guys I wouldnt be
who I am today.
Commit to the LORD whatever
you do, and your plans will
succeed. Proverbs 16:3
He is faithful. Praise God!
Fedelyne Dieu juste
I would like to thank (i<ul for
blessing me with the world's most
wonderful and supportive parents,
Willioand Mane Ange. The) have
always been there for me and I trul>
lo\e them for that. I'd like to extend
in\ deepest thanks to the members of
Maryland Pharmaceutical Society for
their unrelentless support and
constant words of praise.
To love, to laugh, to work or plaj
Tasks left undone must stay that wa)
And if m\ parting has left a void
Then fill it with remembered jo)
A friendship shared, a laugh, a k:
Ah yes these thii shall n
lain our friendship
NCPA (President), Rho Chi
"Always dream and shoot higher
than you know you are capable of.
Don't bother just to be better than
your peers. Try to be better than
yourself." Katie, Lauren, and
Candice- Pharmacy school
wouldnt have been the same
without you ladies there to keep
me sane. I love you guys!
TO GOD BE THE GLORY. Lov
& gratitude to the wind beneath
my wings; Martin, Anne-Marie,
Ralph, Dasi, my entire family &
friends. To friends at UM SOP.
SA, Phi Lambda Sigma, Kappa
Psi, Rho Chi, APhA. I'M
FAVORED IN THE LORD!
"Sitting at the pharmacy hall,
going over the slides, one slide a'
a time, it took me four years to
finish them all. Smile "
To my family, thanks for your
love and support !
"Live as if you were to die
tomorrow. Learn as if you were to
live forever." — Gandhi
UMB School of Pharmacy
University of Baltimore
Pharm.D/MBA Candidate, 2008
vguptOOl @ umaryland.edu
"Take pride in how far you have
come, and have faith in how far
you can go!"
— Brothers For Life ~ AAAE-
If at first you do succeed, try to
hide your astonishment.
Rho Chi Honor Society
* Thank you to my wonderful
family and friends for your love
and support! With God, all things
are possible! To my pharmacy
ladies - I could not have made it
through without you! *
I would like to thank my daugmi
Arina, for helping me with my
assignments and my husband,
Sergey, for being my rock. Thar
to Drs. Brandt, Morgan,
McPherson, and Beardsley for
showing me many new aspects o
pharmacy. Thank you to all and
Good Luck to the Class of 2008!
Linds-thank \ou. \our love uiul
patience have sustained me
Now. come waste your time with
Jessie Ii^h. PharmD-Much love to
PDCandmj PDC family, the
back row bombers in I'M 120. and
m> R\ ladies (Monica]
Carbonicle, Himey, Easy E, Soup-
a-Loop, Jenn B, Zizzle m> nizzle,
JorJor, Uuuurika, Mo Mo, KI).
and Beenie Seagull). I love \ou
To m\ wife, I thank you for all of
To my parents. I cherish \our
To the Class o\ 2008, 1 leave with
you this final quote:
"Don't Stop. Get it. get it!" - Luther
Campbell (The 2 Li\e Crew |
I thank God for being my help and
strength. I also thank my family in
the US & Ghana for supporting
and encouraging me (esp. Mom,
Dad, Emmanuel, Aunts Gina &
Member of: CPFI, SMdPHA
(Past-President), SNPHA, KY.
Congratulations and Good Luck to
the 2008 University of Maryland
Some give up at the first touch oi,
pressure; some sell out; some rur|
down by imperceptible degrees
and lose their fire, never knowing [
when or how they lost it. Yet a 1
few hold on and move on,
knowing that that fire is not to bell
betrayed, learning how to give it I
shape, purpose and reality. ~ AyBJ
We are the winners of
Pharmavision! We are, we are!
Thanks 2 my Family & God 4
getting me through the good times
& the bad. Shout outs 2 my man
Sam 4 being there through thick 4
thin, Richie Rich"party ain't a
party till we run through it", & 2
everyone that touched my life
during my 4 years in MD.
"There is a Spirit in Man and the
Inspirations of the ALMIGHTY
gives understanding so we must
live our lives as if tomorrow is the
last day and learn as if we shall
Glory be to God!
"Our deepest fear is not that we
are inadequate. Our deepest fear
is that we are powerful beyond
measure. It is our light, not our
darkness that most frightens us"
ABAE, AZO, CPFI, SNPhA,
family, friends, advisors, mentors
I love you and will miss you.
Jimmy Pop: APhA 2004-08;
ASHP2006 OX; MPhA 2006 08;
ABAE 2006-07; RhoChi National
Honor Society; RhoChi Vice
President 2006-07; RhoChi Hook
Award 2006: PLS Leadership
Society; V \l.OR Student 2007-
I'll miss my dmggee buddies:-!.
To my closest ones over the past 4
vis-thank you lor wonderful
memories. I'll always cherish!
Congrats c/o 2008!
-Do not go where the path ma\
lead, go instead where there is no
path and leave a trail. -Ralph
Phi Lambda Sigma I eadership
Society, Lambda Kappa Sigma
Fraternity, Christian Pharmacists
Fellow ship International.
American Pharmacists Association
deaden udent Pharmacists,
American Society of Consultant
"For everyone of us that succeeds,
it's because there's somebody there
to show you the way out. -OW-"
For me it was my parents, my
brother, my friends (KSN, JLP).
Thank you so much.
What you get by achieving your
goals is not as important as what
you become by achieving your
goals. To my family, you are my
rock and I love you! Partner in
crime KI). thanks for the laughter.
\l.vou arc my second family.
You can't make footprints in the
sands of time sitting on your butt,
and who wants to make buttprints
in the sands of time?
Congratulations on your
graduation! We're so proud of
you! You're an inspiration to botl
of us and were lucky to have you
as our dad.
Vincent and Adrian
Making the simple complicated is
commonplace; making the
complicated simple, awesomely
simple, that's creativity.- Charles
[Courtesy of l'uncroiyable de les
uncroiyables, AC, my very
Anticoagulation therapy!] ~
Destiny is not a matter of chance,
it is a matter of choice: it is not a
thing to be waited for, it is a thing
to be achieved." -William
In Loving Memory of My Father.
Frank E. Telegadis (12/31/51 -
Pharmacy School holds some of
my best and worst memories! I
wish the best of luck to everyone
in the future. To my special ladies,
you know who you are; I could
not have done this without you.
Cheers to us! Congratulations
Class of 2008. we made it!
Mel ike Tunc
Dad, Mom and Zeyncp: I love you
and thank sou for your endless
Tammy. Svetlana. Jae and Jimmy:
I love you all and thank you lor
Class of 2008:
What an amazing adventure uc
See you all behind the counter!
Karen Sherr Umali
The primary difference between
successful people & unsuccessful
people is that successful people
fail more. If you see failure as a
monster stalking you. (it) can
become a benevolent teacher,
opening your mind to successes
you cannot now imagine. M.Beck
SNPhA. PLS. LKS. APhA
The price of success is dedication,
hard work, and an unremitting
devotion to the things you want to
see happen. -Frank Lloyd Wright
My most sincere gratitude to God
and my family for helping me
along this journey. To all my
friends and classmates, thanks for
the sreat memories.
"Do not go where the path may
lead; go instead where there is no
path and leave a trail." Ralph
Thanks to my wonderful family,
friends, mentors and advisors;
\\ ithout whom I would not be
standing where I am today.
Alex Chui, Radmila Gitelman, Darrieck Mount, Velma Nwosu,
Timothy Reineke, Danielle Silva
sb-v. -W*- 1
\_oving Memory Q
Morgan and friends take a moment to Dr< Cherokee Layson-Wolf works on a patient prescription in
relax and socialize. Events such as this give J r r r
Fred Lab. Students benefit from the knowledge and advice that
faculty the opportunity to decompress and
escape from the pressures of school.
Middle: Fred Abramson and Mathilda Fienkeng
discuss issues concerning practice lab. Faculty
and students share ideas to help improve the
m: Not just dedicated faculty members but
-l c .. Dr Thomas Dowling and Dr.
le Bittner hang out and enjoy
mpany at the Fall Formal.
faculty provide in class and during pharmacy practice lab .
Department of Pharmaceutical Health Services
uhcrt S. Beardsle>.RPh. PhD
Vice Chair of Education,
Department of PHSR
C. Daniel Mullins. PhD
Chair, Depanmeni of PHSR
adia T. Sha>aPhD. MPH
f.iaie Director. Center on Drugs and
Sheila R. Weiss. PhD
Ann J. Da\idnfT. PhD
Eberchuckwu Onuknugha. PhD
Linda Simoni-Wastila. BSPharm. PhD
Graduate Program Director.
Department of PHSR
Julie M. Zito. PhD
Donald O. Kedder. BSP,
Francis B. Palumbo. PhD. .11)
Executive Director, Center on
Drugs and Public Policy
Bruce (". Stuart. PhD
Vice Ch.nr of Research,
Department of PHSR
llene H. Zuckcrnun. PharmD. PhD
\SSOC . l\ I r Graduate Studies
David V knu|i|>. PhD
Francoise G. Pradel. PhD
Vnthum ( . Inmmasell". Pharm.n i-l.
Dim H ^misc
Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences (PSC)
(,ar> G. Kult-rhaugh. Phi)
Natalie I). hddington. PhD
Yoan I do, PhD
Peler Butko. PhD
.lun Ha>ashi. PhD
Uexander D. MacKerell. PhD
Director, Computer-Aided Drug
Stephen \Y. Hoag. PhD
Sarah L.J Michel. PhD
Richard N. Dalb\.PhD
J. Edward Moreton. PhD
Gerald M. Rosen. PhD. JI
Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences (PSC)
Paul S. Shapiro. PhD
Science-. Graduate Program
Peter W. Swaan . PhD
Jia Bei Wang. PhD
\hron « einer. PhD
Hongbing Wang. PhD
Kriii e lu. PhD
Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science (PPS
\lfrcd Vbramson. BSP. RPH
Cynthia J. Boyle. PharmD,
Director, Office ofExpcricnii.il
ll« -ii In r B, ( ongdon.
PharmD, CAC P
Chanel F. Agness. PharmD
Nicole J. Brandt. PharmD
Bethany F. DiPaula. PharmD
Bruce D. Anderson, PharmD
Director of Operations.
Maryland Poison Center
Lisa Charneski. PharmD, BCPS
Thomas C. Dowling, PhD
Raymond C. Love, PharmD
Christine K. Choy, Pharmfl
Stuart T. Haines, PharmD, FASIj
Vice Chair Academic Affairs
Department of Pharmacy Practice & ScB
Mary Lynn McPherso 1
PharmD, BCPS, CD! I
I epartment of Pharmacy Practice and Science (PPS)
Rohirl J. Michmki. PharmD
lagah Rodriguez de Bittner.
PharmD. BCPS. CDE
hair. Department of Pharmacj
Practice and Sciences
I* M. Summers. PharmD. BCPS
Jill Morgan, PharmD
\ssociate Dean lor Studenl
David S. RoiTman. PharmD.
Associate Dean for Academic Mfairs
.lame- \. I rovalo. PharmD
Jason M. Noel, PharmD, BCPF
i >in cl ii linical Pharmacj
es at the Rosewood Centei
Neha Sheth. PharmD
Channaine I). Rochester. PharmD.
It( PS,< DM.< Dl
Deborah Slurp*. PharmD.. B( Ps
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F • • • •
Mima (,. Tsoukieris, B( Ps. PharmD
administrator, Continuing Education
Kristin \\ at-on. PharmD. B( Ps
lill Morgan, PharmD
\ssociate Dean forStudenl Minis
i. and Marketing
Natalie Eddington, PharmD
David S. Roffman, PharmD, BCPS
Associate Dean tor Academic Affairs
Heather Congdon. PharmD. CACP, CDE
Assistant Dean for University of Maryland
School of Pharmacy at the Universities at
Director. Administration and Finance
Facilities and Laboratory Manager
William J. Cooper
Associate Dean for Administratis
Cynthia J. Boyle, PharmD, FAR
Director. Office of Experiental Leal
Executive Director for DevelopmM
and Alumni Affairs
I isa Lebovitz, II)
Director. Computer and
Hene Zuckerman, PharmD, PhD jl
Associate Dean for Graduate
Studies and Research
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From Fall Formals to Spring Picnics, the Student Government Association was active in
sponsoring a variety of student events all year long.
Summer Leadership Retreat
In August, the SGA council and
faculty advisors spent a weekend in
Kensington, Ml). Activities
involved voting on changes to the
constitution, group building
exercises, and basking in the beauty
ot the Chesapeake Bay.
The School of Pharmacy
participated in some grassroots
advocacy on Legislative Day to
promote and expand the scope of
pharmacy practice with legislators.
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and make a difference.
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ccellences mission is to provide tutoring
Jents; to reward middle and high school students for producing successful learning outcomes; to provide
real-world internship opportunities to expose middle/high school students to careers in the health
ofessions, law, and social work; to have professional school students, faculty, friends, and professionals
serve as tutors and mentors to middle and high school students.
ACADEMY OF MANAGED CARE PHARMACY
The University of Maryland Chapter of Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy is focused
on enhancing managed care pharmacy education and promoting postgraduate training in
areas of managed care as well as the pharmaceutical industry.
P and T competition check
presentation to the winning
team. From left to right
Kyongsei Sohn, Toni
Egharevba, Samuel Lee,
Matthew Casciano, Richard
Fry, Dr. Morgan. Dr. Shaya,
Jeanne Lim. and Raymond
THE EXECUTIVE BOARD
from left to right: Toni Egharevba, Lisa
Mostovoy, Jeanne Lim. Thao Vuong, Dr. Shaya.
and Raymond Bleu-Laine .
Pharmaceutical Industy Forum
Right picture : E-
Board visit to the
office in Alexandria,
from left to right:
Laine , Jeanne Lim,
Steve Karlin, April
Mostovoy, and Toni
Left Picture : Sylvia
Hanna (historian), Amy
Kemner, Raymond Bleu-
Laine , Harvey Maldow,
Toni Egharevba, and Lisa
Right picture: Thao
f Vuong and Kinjal Patel
the dinner banquet
2001 Eastern AMCP Student
Left picture : Alumni and
students at the 2007 AMCP
Educational Conference in
Boston : Andrew Bogard.
Dr. Yvette Tong. Damon
Douglas. Jeanne Lim.
Dr. Melody Magliano.
Raymond Bleu-Laine . and
Right picture : Students
during our 1st general body
meeting of the vear
Students get ready to enjoy the excellent etiquette dinner
from left to right : Tina Dang. Ken/ie Biggins. Chris Charming.
Fedelyne Dieujuste. Andrew York, and Brandon Shannon
inita Perez and Raymond Bleu-Laine' with health
e would like to congratulate all AMCP student members who are going
) graduate this year... A.Bogard, M.Casciano, J.Dhaliwal, F.Dieujuste,
V.Gupta, S.Lee, R.Hajchrzak, A.Noronha, and M.Taymuree.
We wish you the bestl
We would also like to thank people who made our year a success:
|r. Shaya (Advisor), AMCP National Chapter, Target, AztraZeneca, Rugters Fellows,
Walmart, and last but not least, EVERY AMCP STUDENT MEMBER.
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Our APhA-ASP chapter had the privilege of hosting
pr- Region 2's Midyear Regional Meeting (MRM) here in?
Baltimore. We welcomed students and faculty from
pharmacy schools in Virginia, West Virginia,
Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, and the District
American Pharmacists Association
Academy of Student Pharmacists
L<gNf American Pharmacists Association
Improving medication use. Advancing patient care.
In the past year, the
students of APhA-
ASP have educated
thousands of people
all over the state of
Maryland in diabetes,
Student Pharmacists and Practitioners Protecting The Public Health
i APhA Annual Meeting
I Exposition was held
rch 14-17, 2008 in San
go, California. Our school
more than 40 students
faculty attending the
it. Our school's chapter
*hi Lambda Sigma won
(National Chapter of the
ir Award and Dr. Cynthia
le won the 2008 APhA
We also held several forums this past
year. On the left, Ashley Burns thanks J.
Steinberg, PharmD, from Pfizer for
coming to speak to us about
Fibromyalgia. During the year, the ASP
chapter also held a New Practitioner
Smooth Transitions Program and helped
to organize a forum to inform students
about Legislative Day in Annapolis, MD.
waiting for our crab feast, Andrew Michaelson, Eva Lee,
jnes, Sarah Brody, Joseph Joh, Kim Fetsch
ASCP is an organization
that recognizes the
importance of consultant
and senior care
pharmacists in improving
the lives of geriatric
Left to Right: Eva Lee,
Diana Chan, Andrew
Michaelson, Dr. Nicole
Brandt, two Howard
Kim Fetsch, Louis
Jones, Thao Vuong,
Sarah Brody, and
h Brody smiles big and wide!
1 2007: Working with ASHP. we put together
| pnderful spaghetti dinner for the pleasant
f|e Lodge residents.
Spring 2008: At the MD-ASCP Quarterly
Program that took place at Ruths Chris
Steakhouse, ASCP presented Erin Elwood
with a Student of the Year award!
L to Right: Eva Lee, Sheryl Thedford. and Residents
Left to Right: Louis Jones. Tiffany Russell, Erin
Elwood. Eva Lee, Kim Fetsch
lg 2008: The Geriatric Fair and Forum was a success! It allowed PharmD students a glimpse
ilihe field of geriatrics and long-term care pharmacy.
>/v Michaelson and the
Guest speakers Dr. Jennifer Hardesty
and Dr. Eric Johnson with their gifts
and Andrew Michaelson
Tiffany Russell learning about
Executive Board: Front (from left) Dr. James Tro\ ato (Faculty
Advisor). Selma Du (President). Ameet Joshi (President-Elect).
Back Row (from left) Nicole Cammarata (MSHP Liaison). Jessica
DiBona - Faridi (Secretary), Eva Lee (Treasurer). Sheryl Thedford
(Historian). Julie Mathias (Historian). Linda Sun (ASHP Liason).
Xuan Tang (Webmaster). Emily Dotter (Historian)
Midyear Meeting in Las Vegas. Nevada
American Society of
Above: President-elect Ameet Joshi signs up m
members; Our Fearless Leader and President,
Selma Du addressing the "troops". Left: the
"troops" (from left - Connie Yoon. Lakshmi
Potti. Julie Mathias. Lana McKinney. and Andii
Jniversity of Maryland
Innovations in Pharmacy
Hope Lodge with ASCP
Diabetic Halloween with
SMdPhA and PLS
Spring Health Fair with SMdPhA
terdisciplinary Patient Management
Competition with PLS
Clinical Skills Competition
[iyear Clinical Meeting in Las Vegas
Fall ASHP Sponsored forum: Innovations in Pharmacy
From Left - Linda Sun, Dr. Douglas Scheckelhoff (Vice President, ASHP).
Dr. Carla Gill (Associate Director of Pharmacy. Johns Hopkins Hospital).
Dr. John DiBona (Director of Pharmacy. Sinai Hospital).
Jessica DiBona-Faridi. Selma Du.
Making and Serving Dinner at Hope Lodge with ASCP : Above from left- Thao Vuong.
Seema Patel. Eva Lee. Selma Du. In Kim. Connie Yoon. Andy Michaelson. Kim Fetsch.
Eun-Jin Bae. Ameet Joshi. Cathy Chang. Emily Dotter. and Kevin Brady.
"Having discovered that through intimate association with one another, and by practice of the virtues of mutual trusi
s> mpathy. faithfulness, and unselfishness we have been able to advance our profession, exalt our alma mater and buii
strongly our individual characters; and being desirous of maintaining and expanding that principle of association an
friendship and cooperation."
Atlantic QtJ Convention (Far Right)
During the summer o\' 2007. AZO
Kappa had to regroup or race
extinction. New pledges stepped up
to this challenge, as well as the
challenge of a mechanical bull!
Above: Making dinner for the Hope Lodge
Left: Having a good time at Rush Kick Off
Ameet Joshi, cowboy
on Kinyon, comedian
Above: Njuibi and
themselves at the
"om Brew approves of these tacos
Kim Still approves of the Florida Convention
ice. Friendship and Brotherly Love
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Going to Prom?? ...or goofing off
before Florida Convention Formal
n Christian Pharmacists
Our goal is to integrate who we are as Christians with
our profession of pharmacy.
We strive to:
* Set an example of Christian living in our
relationships, academics, speech, love, faith, and
purity to portray Christ to others and glorify God.
* Encourage shared delight in the Savior and our
relationships with him through spiritual disciplines
and church membership.
* Provide fellowship, materials, and prayer to
:e the discipleship of Christians, particularly
nd obedience to God are wavering.
Front Row/ (from
left) Mike Akers
Row (from left) Dr.
Left: T. J
stage at the
DSPA members lend a hand to Campus
Kitchen, an organization providing meals for
working families in need of assistance. From
left: lliana Cheng. Molly Rockstad. and Julie
Member /nap /hot/!
r ck n I Catherine Lee, Kathy Matthew/, &
i/tin Qon/tantino & Areo llazan I '
Above: Melissa Kim
kicks it up a notch!
Having fun in the
kitchen, from left
Fellowship Industry Sobriety High Ideals
Pledge masters with
the best pledge
Helping out at the American
Diabetes Association's Step Out to
Great turn out at our brotherhood retreat
• wings tor the
Group picture to kickoff the rush period and
to show off our Kappa Psi pride
Fall Rush 2007
Ashley grilling at the BBQ
Tze-Yu. Manu & Sophia
playing at game night
Lovely ladies Sophia. Lorena.
and Connie at the luau
Xuan and Mavis posing for the
iCloseup on Brothers
Sigma Chapter representing at the spring Province III meeting held at
GO RAVENS: The fast \cjlt of our
Congrats to the Sisters Who Are Graduating this Year . . .
Melanie Belcher Candice Richardson Fedelyne Dieujuste
Midi Onyirioia Lauren Tiomas
Kathleen Klemm Welonie Powell
Svetlana Polyanskaya Tammy Lutz
RIGHT: Fall Initiation
Ceremonj at the Kelly
BELOW: Our Tri-Fold for
the Organizational Gala
And to the Entire Class of 20081
Best of Luckl
\BOVE: Mary Kay Night with
1 President Dixie l.eikach
ABOVE: Recruiting Some New
Members in the Fall
blCIBicl Epsilon ciapter
Promoting Women In Pharmacy
i 'ABOVE: A few sisters in Fells
Point for the Ghost Tour
ABOVE: Getting together each month for our
general bod\ meetings
NCPA president, Lou Jones, leads the first meeting
of the 2007-2008 school year.
NCPA meeting attendees Erin Senkbeil and Adam
CPA 2007-2008 Officers
Preside President: Lou Jones
President- Elect: Kelly Adamcek
Secretary: Damon Douglas
Treasurer: Andy Raska
Historian: Jen Grant
Webmaster: Sibtain Rawala
Lou Jones and
receive a lesson
from the Merck
using their PDA
NCPA's 109th Annual Convention
and Trade Exposition
* October 13-17, 2007 *
Anaheim Convention Center
Members Adam Bress, Jen Grant, Lou
Jones, and Joni Larrabee with Fred
Abramson at the NCPA exhibit hall.
able to enjoy the
Lou Jones presents advisor, Fred Abramson, with a
gift of appreciation during the UMB friends and
family dinner hosted by Fred at the House of Blues.
Convention attendees Jen Grant and Monica
Healy with Dean Fddington at the UMB dinner.
Members Min-Li \\ u and Rai Cary with attending
I MB alumni.
The executive bo.ird po-.es tor the camera
at the Eastern Regional Conference
Brothers pose for a
picture at the Rush
while the rushees
helped themselves to
a plethora of south-
• : P Delta( hi pledges at one
ti< ipated events oi the
Pledges learn about the fraternity during
The annual Phi Delta Chi Ski Trip was held
this year at Canaan Valley. WV. While therel
was little snow, the brothers who attended I
made the best of it and befriended the local J
The 2007 Spring Formal was held at
Camden Yards, and we were pleased to
welcome visiting brothers from the
Alpha Omicron chapter at Temple
Brother Christina Green
doorhangers \\ itli the
children of the Ronald
eaders in Pharmacy, Brothers for Life
i Left: Phi Delta Chi sponsored a
Can Castle competition
I between the classes to collect
I non-perishables for the
Maryland Food Bank. Castles
were judged on creativity as
well as number of items.
Below: Brothers staff a table at a
health fair targeted to older
adults, where they helped
participants complete fall risk
assessments and medication lists
to earn with them.
m y "
Um y Center Univ«
Virginia Tech alumna Li/
Campbell show s o\\ her
Hokie feet paddle from her
little Kate McHenry.
The annual Phi Delta
Chi forum consisted o\
a debate on
b\ our o\\ n Dr.
Brothers I. mils Knapp
and Dominick Memoli
participate in the first oi
two Red Cross Blood
Drixes held this spring.
cPlii Juamdda Gigma
□ Seta cCamBda QRaptor
2007-2008 Executive Board (left to right)
Claire Leocha (Vice President), Rita Kasliwal
(Historian), Mark Heisey (Treasurer), Mr. Fred
Abramson (Advisor), Lisa Wohl (President), Louis
Jones (Secretary), Shirley Lee (President-Elect)
Tibers spending some quality time at our Bowling Night!
>Z and 'OS QRapfar
of ffie Steam!
Dean Natalie Eddington was
inducted into PLS this year. Dr. Jill
Morgan was awarded the Beta
Lambda Faculty Member of the
Jessie O'Kane wins
Chapter Member of the
Yara Haddad, Jannet Hseih, Selma Du,
and Lakshmi Potti in our Haunted House
at Diabetic Halloween
Fourth Year PLS members with Drs. Love, Boyle, and Truong
Ganesh Kumarachandran, Lisa Wohl, and Yara Haddad
pictured with Drs. Choy, Coop, Zito. and Rochester
Team 'Bowl Movements' wins at Bowling
Night! Shirley Lee. Matt Lunsik. Ganesh
Kumarachandran. Rita Kasliwal. and
GXRartnacy JOeadersfiip Society
Rho Chi Honor Society
President: Kevin Brady
Vice President: Tiffany Russell
Secretary: Erin Elwood
Treasurer: Amy Vu
Historian: Allison Chilipko
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Myron Weiner
Fall Peon* Lie+Pik^Kier
Academic Student of the Month
Student Trivia Contest .%
Andrew ©. DuAAez Lecture s^)
M» ^hi Jnduchm SBa^ud (2007, 2008)
I In Student Committee on Drug Abuse Education (SCODAE) is a voluntary organization made up of University of Maryland
pharmacy students. This organization receives guidance from faculty members at the University of Maryland Office of Substance
Abuse Studies. SCODAE members teach drug and alcohol education to audiences of middle school children, parents, and education
professionals throughout Maryland. The SCODAE presentations provide accurate and unbiased drug and alcohol information in
order to prevent abuse and addiction within the community.
The officers enjoyed a taste of the culture of Salt
Lake City when they toured the Mormon Temple
Each summer, the SCODAE officers make a
trip to Utah to attend the annual University of
Utah School on Alcoholism and Other Drug
Dependencies Conference, where they learn
the newest theories in drug abuse while also
enjoying the sights that Utah has to offer.
While in Utah, the officers (along with Faculty Advisor
and guest speaker at the conference, Dr. Tony
Tommasello) climbed one of the nearby mountains to
enjoy the beautiful scenery of Salt Lake City.
In a drug-oriented society, information on the pharmacology of drugs and alcohol is a basic educational need.
From left to right: Thomas Brewer. Jackie Finocchio, Kelly Martin, Dr. Tony Tommasello, Amy Houtchens. and Leah Sera
Behind the Curtains
Faculty Advisor- Dr. Tony Tommasello
President- Amy Houtchens
Vice President- Leah Sera
Treasurer- Kelly Martin
Secretery- Jackie Finocchio
Webmaster- Thomas Brewer
Here are Dr. Tommasello and the Officers cooking up their
annual Spaghetti luncheon to raise awareness about the
SCODAE program with something other than pizza!
Student Section of Maryland Public Health Association
The SMdPHA members at
the annual health fair held
next to Waverly Farmer's
Market. There was food,
games, and activities, which
made learning about health
enjoyable for all age groups.
All the volunteers of this
event presented various
topics, such as heart disease,
information on health
dinnei .is partol the training
the annual joint health lair with the Johns
Our advisor. Dr. Truong with our president, Kumail and our past president.
Mavis. The health fair held at the Waverly Fanner's Market had a great
turnout in both residents and students. The common interest in learning more
about healthcare and promoting it was evident.
Health fair held al Om Dail) Bread
in Baltimore, Ml) SMdPH \
presented topics on asthma,
diabetes, and complementary and
alternative medicine. This health
Fail was held in conjuction w ith
SMdPHA handed oul oatmeal
cookies wrapped with ;i message
stressing the importance ol public
health awareness during the annual
Organizational Gala held l<u all
pharmacj school students.
Students provided information and
resources lor people who \ isited the
health fair held at Our Dailj Bread
in Baltimore. MD.
The annual health fair held in conjuction with Johns Hopkins health professional schools and University of
Maryland. Baltimore health professional schools next to the Waverly Farmer's Market in Baltimore. Md.
"See not just with your eyes,
but your heart.
Care not just with your mind,
but your open hands! "
~ Dr. Hoai-An Truong, Co-founder of SMdPHA
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This year SPA had, for the first time, a full executive board to carry out and build
upon the goals of the organization. With the help of eager students to get involved
with this revamped organization, SPA hosted the first Rock the Smoke Out for Great
American Smoke Out, participated in SGA organizational gala, USGA fall picnic,
school wide health fairs, and hosted guest speakers from the law school. Thanks to
everyone who made this a great year for SPA!
RocK tie Smofce Oiitl
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SPA Executive Board 2007-2008:
President - Ganesh Kumarachandran Secretary - Erica Swanson
President Elect - Jacklyn Finocchio Treasurer - Amy Houtchens
Vice President - Jennifer Heller
PWv-wk*c-y Gra^kAaus, < EmA<Ae,^vik
Dr >sig lithe 'i -rflA ry
Cm /t Cc er
Officers (left to right):
President: Tatiana Claro da Silva
Vice-President: Sarice R. Smith
Treasurer: Trudy Smith
Secretary: Hanpin Lim
( In ■ rhmmaeu fjiaduale, ^/tudenL S^umcdum (9*8&'$t) i& a dudent oi^anizalion djionmed Im the,
■ t'limwacmlical &cknce& (hP^f^) ^ejiatlmenl in the, &chod of SPkaimacu. Out diective id to lejiwmt the inteiem
ziaduak dudenlb in out dejiailmeni and act an an official liaimn between ziaduale dudenL, the £P&^S, and
fihaimacu rllmtil., of the &ckool. "M } e ate aim actinelu involved in fiwmotinz the ijwedaale, QPwzwm in
■ rhmmaceumu &cienm in iettm of leauilmenl and oiienlation of incoming naduate dudenL, and mod of all, in
enminz a ma ztadutue dudeni life!
Officers (cont., from left to right):
Computer liason: Xiao Zhu
/r students rep: Duan Wang
i ; . Tolson
White Elephant gift exchange at the
PGSA Holiday Party:
Antonia Tolson. Tatiana Claro da Silva.
Colleen Day. Diane Doughty. Wenchi
Hsu (Vicky), and Hanpin Lim.
Sarice enjoying the PGSA Happy
Hour with Maura O'Neill (left) and
Marishka Brown (middle).
School of ^hmmacu VeaJwok
Mx>ve: Tze Vu Loand Ameet
Joshi Jui'ing a meeting
Right: Njuihi Ngwa Nforbi helps a
student prepare for her portrait.
Below: Adrienne Glodl uploads
pictures and names
Below: Our lovely editors, Denise Fu and Ann Parker
Terra Mariae means
"Land of Mary"
We are the University of
Maryland School of Pharmacy
and this is our yearbook.
Editors in Chief: Ann Parker
Business Manager: Ameet Joshi
Organization Editor: Linda Sun
Class Editor: Diana Chan
Copy Editor: Njuibi Ngwa-Nforbi
Faculty & Staff Editor Betcy Philip
Events Editor: Tze-Yu Lo
Advisors: Dr. Alexander Mackerell
Dr. Cherokee Layson-Wolf
\bo\e: Betcj Philip creates
We've got it covered
Right: Alicia Lang and Tina Son
pose with their cover design
dents and faculty enjoy their time together outside of the
clhsroom at the White Coat Ceremony, Fall and Spring Picnics,
Fj 1 Formal, Legislative Day, and Graduation.
White Coat Ceremony
Not too long after classes began, the Doctor of Pharmacy
Class of 2011 from the Baltimore and Shady Grove
campuses gathered at the Medical School Teaching
Facility auditorium on September 9, 2007 to enter the
world of professional pharmacy. Friends and family of
students also filled up the auditorium to watch the
momentous occasion. The newly appointed Dean
Eddington addressed the students and introduced the
speaker to impart a few words of wisdom to the students.
Soon after, each student would be called
up one by one to don their white coat, the
attire of a pharmacy professional. Students
then listened to Dr. Jill Morgan explain the
meaning of wearing the white coat and
how the community perceives pharmacists.
All students then took an oath to
professionalism, promising that they will
uphold professional behavior.
Above: Dean Natalie Eddington takes
the podium to give a few words to the
Class of 2011.
Below: Students listening intently
and anxiously waiting for their
Above: Michelle Jay, Ines Chen, Tiffany Choe, Justin
Constantino, Melissa Kim, and Meredith Moy pose
for a group shot during the reception held after the
An oath to professionalism...
\bove: Tuan Huynh is all smiles as he
akes the stage and receives his white
Right: Kay Tak and Chai Wang are
proud to be professionals.
Left: Dr. Heather
Michelle Jay put on
her new white coat.
Right: A sea of white
after everybody has
received their coats.
At ve: Amanda Lysczek and Katie Bales take a
br ak from eating to pose for the camera.
Amanda Lyszcek and Adrienne Glodt. pose in
ihe courtyard at Fayette Square as they wait for
the Caravan service to chauffeur them to the
Fall Formal event at the World Trade Center.
Linda Sun and Helen Huang, pause
during the well-attended event for a
--hot f>\ the window view overlooking
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■low : The Fall Formal was a fun-filled event allowing pharmacy students to relax and mingle at the start of
E year. Pictured from left to risht are Shek Mehta. Louis Jones. Carla Cabanilla. and Xiao Tu.
Denize Fu. Diana Chan. Syh la
Hanna. and Betcy Philip pose in
front of the World Trade Center
sign before going up to the 21 -4
floor for the Fall Formal.
Far Left: Beautiful ladies Sarah
Robin. Megha Pancboli, and
Archita Patel stand by to take a
Left: Jennifer Heller helps out b\
giving out juice, iced tea. and water
to the thirsty guests.
Below : Grace Pak. Katie Watson.
Peter Furgiuele. and Melissa Kim
smile for the camera as they arrive
at the World Trade Center to enjoy
socializing and mingling at the
Above: Sibtain Rawala. Binn\
Patel. and Angelo Noronha.
surround Richard L\ght take a
break from dancing to pose for
Left: Rick Broun and Jeanne
Lim -top to smile for the camera.
Rick kicked it old school and
wore a bow tie. which he tied
On this day, we rally together for the interest
f our profession and for the betterment of
chool of pharmacy.
February 14, 2008
On the agenda this year was the issue of granting
pharmacists the ability to immunize patients
statewide. In addition, students came out to support
and encourage our congressmen to approve the
budget for the addition to Pharmacy Hall.
The Class of 2008,
consisting of 133
from the School of
Pharmacy on May 16,
2008, at Kraushaar
} &ou toil I zzal/i out of Wis auditorium a doctor of p /tarmac y or a doctor
of ' pfiilosopliy and emSarfi on tfia mxt pRase of your life."
- gggg cXafalie Gddinqfon, ffl& '89, <ZS<?
Fernando Andrickson & Melanie Belcher
Most likely to sit on a board of pharmacy
Rai Cary & Mathilda Fienkeng
Most likely to be able to fix
anything that goes wrong with
the lecture hall technology
Most likely to respond to emails for help
Most likely to be found
sleeping on a couch in
Most likely to become
e in class
Most likely to be a
Best Class Liaison
Fernando Andrickson & Julie Hahn
Most likely to clog your inboxes
Most likely to start an independent
Jason Katcoff & Min-Li Wu
Most likely to be
found studying in
hours... even when
there is no exam
Most likely to ask
questions in class
Best Presentation Skills
Most likely to
be found at
1 1 <
Mew. . ♦
Above: Chong Lee and Heidi Chang were
married on Dec. 1, 2007.
Below: Walker Robinson and Leah Peller
were married Sept. 21, 2007 in Maui, HI.
Above: Emmanuel Mbi and Mavis Prempeh,
both UM School of Pharmacy Alumni, were
married on August 1 1th, 2007.
Below: Brian Elwood and Erin Wohl were
married on August 11, :'
Above: Kelly Hanna married her husband, Michael Hanna, in Houston, Texas on May 26, 2007
Above: Schuyler Pulleyn and Megan Smith were married on June 9, 2007.
Below (Left): Elliott Pyon and Sunny Kim were married on July 7, 2007.
Below (Right): Keith Klemm and Katie Warehime, a class of 2008 graduate, were married
on Nov. 16, 2007.
bove (Left): Lennox James Belcher was born on December 29. 2007 to Melanie Belcher.
class of 2008 graduate, and her husband.
ve (Right): Olivia Lee Passwaters was born on August 29. 2007 to Jesse and Denise
elow: Debbie Tionquiao welcomed her third son. Nathan, into the world this past year
Above: Dr. Cherokee Layson-Wolf along with
husband and son. Michael and Holden. welcomed
Sofia Elise Wolf on November 7. 2007.
Below: Aaron Edman holding his daughter. Darcy
Elizabeth Edman. who was born on Sept. 18. 2007.
The Remedy for a bad day..
Above: Amie Zawitoski & Lucy Lu
Below: Ashley Bivins & Scottie
Above: Jonathan Hamer's dog. Magnum
Below: Tim Bernheimer & pet plant
Above: Cathy Chang & Sophie
Below: Christina Green & Jinxy
Above: Angela Dupree's dog. Ben
Is Cuddling Up wltft our Pets
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Abouelrous. AAohamed 7
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Adeniranue. Modupe 3 2. 3 3
Adeyinka. Adetoro 3 3. 45
Agena. Jody 28
Agness. Chanel 50. 90
Akers. Michael 3. 7. 72
Al-Jawadi. Mohammad 3 3. -4-5
Aladi. Christine 7
Albanese. William 7
Allen. Amy 6. 7
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